ABOUT

Tali is a New York City based actress seeking innovative, captivating projects with a visceral edge.

She can be seen as the mousy Julia in Kinetic Studio's short film The Couch Surfer, as well as the clever and mysterious Melissa in the web-based series The Verge, now on YouTube. Tali had her big screen debut in the supporting role of Ranny in the feature film Green Eyes (Whiplash Films), and is the star of the upcoming feature film Heaven is Now (Audrey Lorea, dir), a trippy, post-apocalyptic ride featuring Tali as the energetic and go-go-dancing Penny.  Tali has been featured in a number of commercials and print ads, most recently Allegra-D's national broadcast campaign, Levi's Fall 2015 NFL national broadcast and online campaign, and Two-Dots internet spot.

In NYC, Tali has performed twice at the renowned La MaMa ETC, first as the fiery hen Red in Mrozek's Serenade and most recently in Pioneers Go East's Hildegard (vision).  Tali also collaborates with the World Wide Lab, a group of international Lincoln Center Director’s Lab directors.  She has performed with the company at Brooklyn’s respected Irondale Theater, on the island of Syros, Greece, and in Taipei, Taiwan where she also led and assisted in workshops with students from the National Taiwan University of the Arts.  She has been featured in the NYC theatrical premieres of BoxListen and Shrewd at IRT Theater and Rough Draft at the Wild Project with Improbable Stage, most notably in the title role of Titus in That Which Remains, Improbable Stage's devised adaptation of Titus Andronicus.  She has also been featured in the NYC theatrical premieres of Angels as We Fall and Mommy Made a Monster at Manhattan Repertory Theatre, both written by new playwright Josiah DeAndrea.

Tali is a kickboxer, poet, yogi, dancer, and is currently studying the Greek language.  She is a member of movement-based theatre company Improbable Stage, with whom she creates devised and adapted theatre work.  She and fellow Improbable Stage member Lauren Lasorda recently created, produced and performed in their own dance theater piece RoadKill that explores opposite sex friendships.  The production run at IRT Theater sold out entirely before the show even opened!  Her aim is to create art that influences people to reexamine their perceptions and feel passionate about and present in their time on this Earth.